Indiana News

Appeal Of Former IMPD Officer David Bisard Denied

Posted On March 05, 2015

(Indianapolis, IN) -- An appeals court is upholding the conviction of former IMPD officer David Bisard. In November 2013, Bisard was found guilty on numerous charges stemming from a 2010 drunk driving crash that killed one person and critically injured two others. Bisard's appeal stated three issues, including that his right to due process was…

Teen Stabbed To Death In Northwest Indiana

Posted On March 05, 2015

(Cedar Lake, IN) -- Possible charges are pending following a deadly stabbing in Northwest Indiana. Cedar Lake police say two cars were chasing each other Tuesday night when one hit the other from behind. A fight broke out and two teens were stabbed, including Hanover Central High School student Alton Bradley. The 17-year-old later died…

E-Cigarettes Facing Regulations

Posted On March 05, 2015

(Indianapolis, IN) -- State lawmakers are endorsing a bill that would create new regulations for the production of electronic cigarettes. The Senate Public Policy Committee unanimously voted yesterday to establish manufacturing safety standards as well as prohibit sales to anyone younger than 18. Chief Deputy Attorney General Matt Light says allowing "vaping" in public places…

“Right to Try” Bill Debated

Posted On March 05, 2015

(Indianapolis, IN) -- The mother of a terminally ill child is asking state lawmakers to push forward with Indiana's "Right to Try" bill. The bill would allow patients to take drugs that are in the FDA approval process, one that usually takes ten to 15 years to complete. Laura McLinn says her five-year-old son Jordan,…

Shania Twain Announces Farewell Tour

Posted On March 04, 2015

(Undated) -- Shania Twain is ready to take her final bow on tour. The country music superstar announced on ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday that she will be kicking of a farewell tour later this year.   Dubbed the "Rock This Country" tour, the trek will mark Shania's first tour in eleven years. It's set…